My name is
William but everyone calls me Billy
I help businesses represent themselves better through design and strategy.
I strive to make beautiful, compelling work that creates value and meaningful engagement. I’m interested in world issues, culture and how design and art play a part on the global scale. My aim is to strengthen the visual communication of individuals, communities, organizations and the principles they represent through effective design.
In December of 2014, I obtained a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts Degree in graphic design with a minor in print media from University of Maryland Baltimore County. Work experiences, internship and freelance jobs have developed my skills working with individuals and organizations to produce graphic design projects, marketing strategies, and public art. My training at the Baltimore School for the Arts molded me into a fine draftsman with skills in painting, printmaking, and photography.
In 2013 I received the *Mid-Town Development Award* for work completed with muralist Bob Hieronimus, Ph.D. In 2015 I started working for JH Furst Printing as a prepress technician working with advanced lithographic printing technologies. In 2017 I started freelancing full-time.